Site: West Point, N.Y.; Michie Stadium (38,115)
|Nickname||Black Knights||Green Wave|
|Colors||Black, Gold and Gray||Olive Green and Sky Blue|
|Head Coach||Todd Berry||Cris Scelfo|
|Conference||Conference USA||Conference USA|
|Record in 2002||1-11||8-5|
|Offense set||One-Back Multiple||Multiple|
|Defense set||4-4||Multiple 4-3|
|Key Players||QB Reggie Nevels, WR Aaron Alexander, OLB Ryan Kent||QB J.P. Losman, WR Nick Narcisse, DT Terrence Tarver, DE Daniel Nevil|
Last meeting: Nov. 16, 2002; Army, 14-10
Tulane-Army stats comparison
Tulane Strengths and Weaknesses
The Green Waves' offense is not to shabby, returning nine offensive starters from a year ago which is sure to be a factor in the game.
Tulane's run defense isn't the best letting their opponents average about 13 rushing first downs a game.
LINKS:Official Army Football Site
Official Tulane Site